Blood tests are important to help determine your pet's organ function. Blood tests may also detect certain diseases, including kidney disease, thyroid disease, diabetes and many more. Routine bloodwork can lead to early detection of some diseases. If detected early, we can help your pet live a longer, healthier life as treatments can be started earlier if required.
Lumps on pets are more common in older pets, however, younger animals can sometimes get them as well. They are often harmless, but sometimes they are a sign that something may be wrong. Don’t ignore lumps that you find on your pet.It is recommended that you check your pet’s body on a regular basis. This will allow you to become more familiar with what’s normal, and recognise any changes that occur.
Urine and Faecal Test
Urinalysis and faecal tests are laboratory diagnostic services that can help play an important role in maintaining your pet's health. Fecal tests are an important part of the gastrointestinal health of your pet, while a urinalysis is a great diagnostic tool in determining a possible urinary tract infection. Urinalysis also helps identify other health issues such as kidney disease, diabetes and urinary crystals.